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Controls and Electronics Engineer - Glasgow

Ref: 955 Date Posted: Monday 13 May 2024

If you’re someone with a genuine passion about embedded systems with excellent communications skills and the personal drive to deliver tasks and projects to agreed timescales, then this could be a great opportunity for you.

Reporting to both the Technology Development and Embedded Control Team Leads, the Control and Electronics Engineer will be designing, developing, testing and maintaining Peak’s generators and embedded systems. You will identify and fix technical issues, working collaboratively with engineers, product managers, and others on various Peak teams.  The successful candidate will be a strong team player, self-motivated and able to complete work with minimal assistance.

Some of your duties will include:

  • Designing and building embedded systems, including embedded system firmware
  • Testing and debugging embedded systems
  • Monitoring and maintaining the system after development
  • Improving system efficiency and stability after development
  • Collaborating with customers and other departments to create systems based on their needs
  • Assisting in the development of production processes and procedures
  • Liaising with other departments to ensure continuity of manufacturing process

You’ll have a degree in Computer Science or Electronic Engineering and ideally some experience in a controls/electronics focused role. You’ll also have experience in embedded systems development, debugging and trouble-shooting and programme creation using MATLAB / Simulink.

You will also possess:

  • Significant programming experience in C, or C++
  • Experience of Altium Design - Schematic capture, PCB Layout
  • Proficiency in working with common embedded systems communication protocols
  • Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Desire and ability to work on their own effectively and with a collaborative approach

This role will be challenging and fast-paced as well as rewarding and engaging. In return, you’ll have a supportive work environment, and the chance to make a real contribution to the future growth and success of a global business.  If you're looking to be valued and appreciated, then look no further as we would love to hear from you and tell you more about this opportunity.

Our values at Peak are structured around our colleagues, our customers and our service, our priority is always on delivering successful outcomes for our customers. At the heart of Peak is a focus on ‘doing the right thing’, it’s an informal approach but one which is well-known and understood throughout our business.

Established over 20 years, Peak Scientific is a leading innovator in the design, manufacture and support of high-performance gas generators for analytical laboratories, with direct operations in every continent around the world. This success is a result of a continual focus on manufacturing cutting-edge products and in directly supporting customers across the world with industry-leading service and maintenance. With over 20 overseas offices across every continent and over 600 staff globally, Peak is one of Scotland’s manufacturing success stories of the past decade. This is a rare opportunity to be a part of that, as we move into the next phase of growth, consolidation and global expansion with plans to establish new manufacturing and distribution capacity, both in the UK and internationally.

Peak Scientific is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals regardless of their religion and beliefs, race, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, disability or any other protected classification.



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